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noun as in peacemaker

noun as in referee

Strong match

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Now Romney gets to come in and say, “I will be a conciliator.”

But I fear that he still believes it—believes in that idea of himself as conciliator.

But for a president who also casts himself as a conciliator, the issue could be more complicated.

His great work was Conciliator Differentiarum, an attempt to reconcile physicians and philosophers.

As a conciliator, Longpre quieted them as well as he could and went to knock at Fortiers housedoor.

We have adverted to the lofty moral and humanitarian significance of Jewish history in its role as conciliator.

Lady Cayley had not seen it; but she had seen herself for one beautiful moment as the benignant and inspired conciliator.

The Archbishop was well fitted to act this part of a conciliator.


On this page you'll find 131 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to conciliator, such as: agent, envoy, expert, mediator, minister, and negotiator.

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